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Many of the mosque's most important features, including a pulpit dating back to the 12October 8, 1990, 20 Palestinians were killed, according to UN figures, in what's known as the al-Aqsa Massacre.Sixty-three people died in the Kotel Tunnel incident in September 1996, in protests over the opening of a new tunnel by the Israelis under the Western Wall.
Palestinians had begun to realise what increased Zionist influence in the region would mean, and their protests led to the al-Buraq Revolution of 1929: "The first real revolution on Palestinian land," according to the Palestinian researcher Ziad al-Hassan.Other times they had to be over 50, until it reached 60 in 2014.Imagine a Palestinian Muslim in Jerusalem or someone aged 48 cannot enter the al-Aqsa Mosque because they're under 60.They closed it with military barriers preventing our people [in Israel] and the people of Jerusalem from entering the al-Aqsa Mosque unless they were a certain age.Sometimes they only allowed people over 40 to enter.It is recognisable by the famous golden roof of the Dome of the Rock at its centre.
The compound also contains the grey-domed al-Qabali Mosque which is also widely known as the al-Aqsa Mosque.
The site has been a centre of tension and attacks ever since.
In 1969, an Australian evangelical Christian, Dennis Rohan, set fire to the al-Qabali Mosque.
In June 28 2016, Palestinian protests erupted after visits by Jewish settler groups to the al-Aqsa Mosque during the holy month of Ramadan, contrary to tradition.
Then on 14 July 2017, two Israeli policemen were shot dead by three Palestinian gunmen near al-Aqsa compound.
The second Intifada in 2000, started at the al-Aqsa Mosque compound.